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Court rejects challenge to 'don't ask, don't tell'

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by ASPCA4EVER, Jun 8, 2009.

  1. ASPCA4EVER

    ASPCA4EVER New Member

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    Just have to shake my head in frustration...Do they really think that this is going to keep the 'gay away' from serving in our armed forces???

    IMO...anyone that wants to serve/is physically fit to serve/is brilliant enough to serve...deserves the right to serve this country that we all live in!
     
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    Don't ask, tell always seemed kinda stupid to me.

    Not only will people figure it out but the person at fault is not the gay person but the one who would treat the gay person poorly.

    How about "tell whatever you want but don't beat up the guy who tells" as the best policy?
     
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    Now that's a good idea...LMAO

    OR - "Mind Your Own 'F'n Business" and if you ever slap me on the 'ARSE' in the shower I'll beat you senseless. Seems to be the way things used to be done...way back in the 'DAY'...LOL
     
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